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At UniCredit, we strive to be an employer of choice with a widespread culture of diversity and inclusion, and actively contribute to attracting, engaging and retaining talented people, by promoting cross-country initiatives to always ensure  equal treatment for all our people.


Our people are our greatest asset, and we are committed to building a positive, safe, collaborative and inclusive workplace, where everyone is empowered to succeed whilst nurturing each individual's well-being.


Well-being is a critical component of our DE&I ambitions and framework, fully aligned with our Value of Caring, as well as an essential part of our ESG pledge, focused primarily on the 'Social' element.


Ensuring well-being for all is a shared responsibility. Each of us can contribute!


Discover how UniCredit is EmpoweringU to navigate physical, mental, social, financial and career Well-being, providing support in the moments that matter most and always honouring diversity throughout the entire employee lifecycle. 

Our Well-being Initiatives

In every country where our bank is present, we tailor our welfare offerings to meet local needs.


We care for the well-being of our people, their families, and communities, with a commitment to addressing their specific and concrete needs.


This includes a continuous focus on improving our workplace conditions, facilitating personal growth, and promoting well-being. 


Solutions such as flexible work hours and remote working (adapted to different populations), offering paid leaves, respecting cultural changes and giving equal treatment to all family models, including childcare and caregiving.


Permissions for important life events, such as birth of a relative, celebrating a marriage, buying a house, and pursuing an educational opportunity.


Additionally, a Group-wide minimum standard for parental leave across all our markets is set, ensuring that mothers are offered at least 16 weeks of paid leave and fathers are provided with at least 4 weeks on a voluntarily basis. 


Vast selection of well-being initiatives, on topics ranging from nutrition, fitness, and relationship-building, to cognitive-emotional issues such as resilience and personal awareness, in addition to our health benefits and psychological support services.


Diversified actions to enhance work-life quality and a greater productivity, including the extension of home-schooling/work IT infrastructure and furniture partnerships, mobility solutions, online resources on for sport, entertainment for elderly members of the family, children with disabilities, etc..


Specific attention is dedicated to disability management to address the requirements of colleagues who live with disabilities, promoting their independence, harnessing their skills, and designing ways to foster integration and inclusion.